Monthly Archives: April 2011

Arbor day resources

“ScienceNetLinks: Happy Arbor Day! A few of our tree-related resources:,,, Advertisements

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Do you want to become a teacher?

Check out the resources at .  Experience the interactive “pathway to teaching” tool to help anser questions, gives licensing requirements, financial aid assistance, state and district information and most importantly JOB LISTINGS.

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NASA Spinoffs 2010

Each year since 1976, #NASA has chronicled some of the best examples of this successful #technology transfer in its premier journal, #Spinoff. The remarkable outcomes of these partnerships have reached throughout the economy and around the globe, as the resulting … Continue reading

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LEGO life size Mindstorms Robot

Education Check out the life size robot made of MINDSTORMS and TETRIX parts in the LEGO Education booth at FIRST championships!

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Toyota teen drivers ed teacher challenge deadline May 3

Hey teachers, pass this on to your Drivers Ed instructors! Fantastic contest, and it’s closing May 3rd.” –

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LEGOs off to space

LEGO Education Goes into Orbit with Space Shuttle Endeavor! Over a dozen models set to fly on Friday! #LEGOspace”

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The Georgia Forestry Foundation will hold its 7th annual Teacher Conservation Workshop: ‘Exploring Forestry and Wildlife in Georgia’, June 20-24, 2011.

The workshop focuses on conservation topics related to the benefits of forestry, including the cycle of growing trees, utilization of trees for products, and how trees are managed for wildlife habitat.  We will be teaming up with the Georgia Forestry … Continue reading

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